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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

I r'r Friday January 11 1974 EKACff am7 WAR. ^WdV~ III Corps and Ft. Hood Recreation Services Music and Theatre Branch announ- ces the post wide auditions for singers and musicians who a in te te in becoming embers of a military chorus. The auditions will be held on the 13th & 14th of January 1974 at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the 2nd A.D. Entertainment Cen- ter Bldg. 303. Additional auditions will also be held in the Post Music Center Bldg. 3205 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the evening of 15 and 16 January 1974. -t? Pi iTtlt he a can. musical talent needed rs wishing to audition should have a desire to perform in a choral group and have an ability to sight read music. There will also be a a to develop specialty groups within the structure of the chorus. Musicians will have a need a background with an ability to accompany and work with a chorus. This chorus will be con- structed of four sections and they will be “first tenors baritones and basses. The musicians that the Entertain- SALES 52...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

r£ 1" v *5 ‘Vr'~ t*' i Page S ix -A UfSS^SSSSSSS^fe^VAWryAWSS&K::' $ -...'* $ l^feASSBSSS. V“^ ‘u lV $ *s?7 t* v» FIRST TICKETS—Lt. Gen. Allen M. Burdett Jr. Ill Corps and Ft. Hood commander purchases the first tickets to the annual Military Ball from Mrs. David V. Harbach special programs Ft. Hood’s annual Military Ball is an event sponsored by the Officers’ Wives Club and this year will be held at the Ft. Hood Officers’ Open Mess on February 2 beginning at 9 p.m. This gala formal affair preserves past traditions and yet is re re se ta tiv of today’s interests. Throughout the Club there will be on display flags of all the states and all unit and branch fla a well as several items representative of our national and military history. The evening will begin with entrance through the sabre arch and presentation by Father. Carroll. In the Main The U.S. Army Finance Support Agency Indianapolis Ind. has notified this station that a number of allotment documents that started new allotm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Friday January 11 19 7 4 48TH MED. BN. The officers’ wives of the 48th Med. Bn. met for coffee Dec. 12 in the home of Mrs. Robert T. Wood of Copperas Cove. Joining the ladies as special st was rs. William Lewis wife of the DISCOM commander. Mrs. Harold W. Ward and Mrs. S lv te B. ecken newcomers to the battalion were welcomed. Following refreshments Mrs. Wood led a business session during which the holiday activities were discussed. The officers and ladies of the a tta lio a th re together to bid adieu to 1973 and ring in the new year at a New Year’s Party hosted by Maj. and Mrs. Robert T. Wood. Welcomed as anew member was Lt. Jack L. Killeen Jr. 17TH ENGR. BN. The Battalion Staff hosted the Christmas dinner party for the 17th Engr. Bn. at the West Fort Hood Officers’ Club on Dec. 20. ails a a lls followed the cocktail and din- ner portion of the evening. Lt. Col. William F. Carroll the battalion com wander made announcements. Hails were said with the special 17th Engr. branch insig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

I Page Eight-A By ROSALIND SAUNDERS It all happened in Europe in the later part of 1944. Sweat toil and strife were all ever-present at the time. Seemingly though the harder they worked the more en- joyable their work seemed to be. These troopers along with their esire for ex- citement in that day and age ere know throughout the United States Army as the Red Ball Ex- press. The Red Ball Express was established in August 1944 and was noted for it’s reser- ved highway express routes marked “Red Ball Trucks Only” Operating from the latter part of August until the 13th of N ovem ber these truckers tra sp rte the phenomenal amount of over 122 million tons of supplies to American posts throughout Europe. Today a similar unit that “Keeps on Trucking” is Fort Hood’s 13th Spt. Bde.’s 628th Trans. Co. of the 180th Trans. Bn. he 6 2 8 this know throughout the 13th Spt. Bde. as a “Can Do” company. It was withdraw from the Army Reserve and converted to Regular Army status in May of 1967 becoming...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Friday January 11 1974 PORTABLE WORKBENCH—Personnel from MASSTER (Modern Army Selected Systems Test Evaluation and Review) examine the capabilities of the aircraft maintenance trailer now undergoing testing at Ft. Hood. Here the tran- smission from a Cobra helicopter has Specialist X the subject of the following story was one of the first graduates of the Ft. Hood Halfway House. This is his story. S pecialist had been drinking for about 11 years total. He had begun by drinking beer but as he got older he had progressed to wine and other kinds of liquor. His problem drinking according to him began about four years ago. At the Yo\) a in is a time his problem drinking began S pecialist was bored dissatisfied with Army life and generally lonely and unhappy with his condition and surroundings. He began to drink to have something to do and to sh out his surroundings and dissatisfac- tion. After about three years of drinking he finally decided that he wanted to quit. In his own words “I ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Page Ten-A SP/5 Steve Lacey likes to get in close with airplane engines. But when the day’s over he likes to spread out in a place of his own. “I’m from Colorado and I’m used to having lots of room to move. Apartment living isn’t my style. “So right after reenlisting my wife and I went to town and bought a trailer. With three bed^ rooms! Now if we move we’ve got something to take with us’.’ To the Laceys today’s Army means a good job and a good home to come home to. Your Career Counselor can help you get more of the things that mean the most to yom Why are you staying in? ii i-' iliiliiili FORT HOOD SENTINEL "The bonus paid for our 65-fbot trailer.” A Friday January 11 1974 I' i* V. I 4

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

^Friday January 11 1974 I v. % -I- «r Jefferey in order to escape the throes of the national energy crisis hopped a tramp steamer to the outbacks of Southern Australia for some recent pic- ture taking. He was fortunate to find the weather sunny and warm and snapped After the hoop-la of Decem- ber January often seems a bit dullsville. Really it is one of the most eventful months of th a ’s .something for just about everybody. It starts right off with the bowl games and the spec- tacular parades. January is traditionally carnival time in Roman Catholic countries. For golfers there’s the Bing Crosby Pro-Am and the Life Begins at 40 Gold Tour- nament right in Harlingen ftTexas. Whereas Hallettsville Texas will sponsor a domino tournament on the 27th. There are rodeos and stock Have January is not so dull a shows boat shows and the kitefliers World Champion- ship Flyoff in Sarasota Florida. Artie hunters are in- vited to join the Royal Society of Polar Bears in Hammerfest Norway. The Chi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

rtA' 3 Page Twelve-A W a iff 5 mmmmm LET ME TRY Col. E. H. Shemwell chief of staff III Corps and Ft. Hood uses Ft. Hood’s new speed device the speed gun to clock a passing car. Lt. Colleen Mahoney Provost Marshall’s Of- fice Col. J. F. Matteson deputy in­ There has been a recent addition to Ft. Hood’s radar system the speed gun! A relatively new concept in speed control the speed gun will further aid in the enfor- cement of speed laws in ad- it to a a a heliborne patrols. The speed gun works on the conventional Doppler radar principle which has been ac- in throughout the United States. The Ft. Hood Provost Mar- shall Office has recently acquired several speed guns. 1 The speed gun goes one step further to perform any speed det ecti on function previously possible. Plus the ability to make an accurate speed determination in any di ecti on at any time without prior planning and rregardless of location in respect to the police vehicle .or direction of travel the & & CARE FREE h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Friday January 11 1974 A fistful of dollars By JERRY REED There was a bit of irony reflected in the recent con- vention held by the National Collegiate Athletic Association in San Francisco. During the meeting the NCAA saw fit to put a few colleges on probation for everything from recruiting violations to slipping a few of the football players a buck or two. Southern Methodist University was the victim of a one-year probation for allegedly giving some fringe benefits in the form of greenbacks that’s a no-no in the collegiate ranks. See there is a difference in college football and professional football or at least I thought there was. If these guys are getting paid does that mean they are professionals? It’s hard to tell maybe S.M.U. coach Dave Smith knows. He is oh probation him- self this time he gets a slap on the hand but next time the school’s president Dr. Paul Hardin will register a slap on the back as Smith leaves the cam- pus with a canceled check. It’s hard to figure it ou...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Page Two-B By JERRY REED Sports Editor Ask anyone around Burnet Texas where Felix Blan- chard Jr. lives and they’ll tell you out by the lake where the fishing is fine. Yep the for- mer West Point great is just plain taking it easy after his retire from the Air Force in 1971. a a commonly remembered as “Doc” is just one of the many football greats that have disappeared from the public eye and is oc- casionally thought of by a few of th generation. Some A ic a place a a a resonance about them-places like a ’s N ipple Wyoming or Perkins Corner Oklahoma. Blanchard chose a a is retirement in the little-known town of Burnet. Numerous people have wondered what happened to the famous “Mr. Inside” who was the hero of military teams during his playing days at West Point. Well “Doc” is just relaxing in his modest home near the lake. “Doc” Blanchard just tur- ned 49 on December 11 1973 6Things are different these days in football\ for one thing when I was playing we went both ways to be exact b...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Friday January I I 1974 a a 4 GUIDANCE THROUGH A TOUCH When Jenny Rineer 13th Spt. Bde. and Tom Gross 2nd Armor. Div. exchanged their wedding vows recently they had more behind them than a double-ring ceremony. Jenny a chaplain assistant at both Bde. chapels was proud to have both her supervisor-friends play an A course in Prescribed Load ist (P Repair Parts Specialist will began January 28 for four weeks. Classes will meet from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in Bldg. 1822 48th St. and a tta lio Ave. This I course is related to the following MOS’s: 76Q 76R 76S and 76T. An as in sp ee ea in will begin January 22. Classes will be conducted Tuesday Wed­ WELCOME TO BIG MAC TIRE Where You Get The Best For Less Harter Heights-699-6262 SAXON WIDE OVALS Agonies O N A O W S I Traveling by just about any means today can be a real adventure between jammed passenger ter- minals airlines cancellations because of the fuel crisis closed gas stations and erratic weather. I had- n’t expect...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Page Four-B Separation and collection procedures. Separation solid waste as generated is not saleable so a separation system is necessary to convert this mixture into usable secon- dary aterial. There are a a a separation schemes available to segregate certain items from the waste. Some are fairly simple i.e. magnetic separation of ferrous metals and others are complex i.e. sorting by air classification hydra-pulping and optically. While the state-of-the-art separators will be an answer in the future they are too ex- pensive and complex for small scale use. A much sim- pler re reco ery method must be adopted for Ft. Hood. A simple process is “separation at the source.” This method requires that personnel who generate the wfiste a a it into homogeneous categories. This appeared to be the best solution at this installation. Collection. There are two of in fbcyclables: the recycle cen- ter where the recyclables are brought in by personnel and route collection where recyclables are coll...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Friday January 11 1974 0 The Com/nanddrtf- Chre (aruD Concern By RICHARD D. STACY Home a place where a family can relax and enjoy each others’ company a place where a child should be free to explore his world and be safe A child’s world contains many dangers. Dangers that he is too innocent to recognize and avoid on his own thus it is the duty of his parents to protect him. While a child Is exploring his world someone should watch over him to insure his safety. There are no fixed rules for a child’s protection for every home environment presents different changes. Com- mon sense is the best guide for a parent to follow as they look over the home for potential dangers. A child is adventurous and most enjoy climbing the danger of falling. Playing on stairs is one place injuries occur when a child is climbing. Falling is an ever present danger. A child in a high chair many times can free himself from the straps and fall or rock the high chair itself until it falls. In both cases a watc...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Page Six-B There is anew nameplate on the big desk in the Office of the Chief-of-Staff 2d Ar- mored Division Ft. Hood Texas. And anew man to take over the job of directing the staff. Colonel Paul B. McDaniel arrived here last month from Ft. Monroe Va. where he served as Chief of the Ex- rim ta tio and est Division. Local clubs hold session ecently a the River Forest Motel in Belton 15 Toastmasters holding officer posts in the four clubs of Killeen and Waco area atten- ded a four hour session in tiv ev elo en t. Several experienced Toast- asters spoke on various subjects designed to improve the anagem ent of these organizations. Among the attending of- ficers were the 1974 officers of the Ft. Hood Lonestar dub. Currently the Lonestar Club conducts at least six programs each month for its members and guests. They meet every Wednesday in the main Officers’ Club of Ft. Hood at 11:30 a.m. and on the second and fourth Thur- sday at the American State Bank of Killeen at 7 p.m. The Toastmas...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

January 11 1974 leration if you should one and are not let personnel office know it so that necessary ac- m. be taken .it’s your OMPF and every assistance and in te re in insuring file is co lete is H. Ii a A ration is training two of so inrse practitioners and «{inicians—and assig- lliem to agency health I earns. LOW EVERYDAY otatoes Jim Shoestring. Frozen Chopped Broccoli fMeat Pies 55 PRICES! Bel-air. 1 0 9 7 Frozen ks. mm Manor Hi 25* 33* 26* 44* Manor House. Frozen Chopped Onions Grape Juice Honey Buns Coffee Rich B-oz. 12-oz Ore Ida. Frozen B-oz. Can Bel-air. Frozen 9 -o z. Morton. Frozen 16-oz.31* Ctn. Non-Dairy Safeway Big Buy! Dinners 39 Banquot. 'A’Spaqhetti A NUat Bolls 'ft-Macaroni A Beef ^-Chicken Hoodie n6(|* dtBeans 'n Franks Dl##e ^Macaroni A Cheese ^9* Popsicles 29* frozen Treat 6 Ct. kg. O (Mini Donuts Lemonade Cool Whip Morton. Frozen. 18-Count Strawberries 10-oz. I Scotch Treat. Frozen 6 -oz. Con Birds Eye. Frozen Sun Fresh. Sliced Frozen ordenslde. For Stew sl 1...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Page Eight-B FHTV 14 8:48 Care and Concern 8:43 The Problems of Amphetamine Abuse 9:00 Track Vehicle Driving 9:43 Pneumatic Tools: Nail Driver A Wood Borer 10:00 Using the Exhaust Gas Temp (EGT) Tester 10^40 Med Self Help: Artificial Respiration 11:00 Mil Security Safeguarding Defense Info 11:19 Garrison Mess Equip Pt 2 12:28 Care and Concern 12r43 Helo vs Armor in Mid-Intensity En- vironment 1:00 The ro sed N on-D isability Retirement 1:47 Project Delta: Long Range Recon Patrol 2:00 Defense Against Radio Jamming 2:28 Fire Prevention 3:00 M3 A M3AI Submachinegun Assy A Disassy 1 3:48 Introduction to Armor 4:00 Mech Tng on M85 Machinegun Pt 3 Detailed Assembly 4:31 Song of the Soldier 5:28 Care and Concern 5:43 Ah Neesh Means Welcome 6:06 Freedom and You 7:28 Care and Concern 7:43 Land of the High Sky 8:03 Balooning Over LBJ Country I Jaaaary 15 8:27 Timber Trestle Bridges 9:00 Oxyacetylene Cutting 9:35 Set The Stage for Dental Health 10:00 Communications Security 10:39 Use of Wire R...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

r* Friday January 11 1974 yy THE SPARKS REALLY BEGIN TO FLY WHEN STEVE McQUE&i AHOAU MacfiRAW £T TOGETHER AFTER HE GETS OUT OF JAIL AND PLAN GRAND "GETAWAY1' MOST OF THE SAM PECKINPAH- DIRECTED FILM WAS SHOT ON lo a tio in aso „ a OF TDD FOLKS MAY ACTUALLY HAVE O N E OF THE TEN TEXAS LICENSE PLATES McQUEEN a S S COLOR BY TVC- PRINTS RY DELUXE* ANTHQNYQUMN FRANCO NEM DEAF SMITHS JOHNNY Second A rm mored Division Chaplain (Cpt.) John Kohl is among those honored by being named in the recently published 14th edition of “Who’s Who in the South and Southwest.” Chaplain Kohl who’s assig- to iv is ’s Memorial Chapel has been at Ft. Hood since last sum- mer. The 2nd Armd. Div. is his first duty station since completion of training at Ft. I Hamilton N.Y. Since I ’ve been in the Army such a short period the activities I ’m cited for in the book occurred prior to my entry into the service” explained Chap. Kohl. in 4 8 McQUEEN MocGRAW THE GETAWAY A SAM PECKINPAH FILM FROM FIRST ARTISTS some ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

Page Ten-B BUSINESS SERVICES Insurance 033 LEAV IN THE AREA LIST YOUR PR O PER TY WITH US HAVE ERS-N EED REN TA LS EN TR A INS. & REAL ESTA TE 100 E. RANCIER 526-4804-526-4542 ALL E S O INSURANCE CLY E TAYLOR BRO KER Dresses/ Sewing 040 CU ST O S E W IN a lo ad lothes fo Men or W om en. Call ha A nytim e. 526-5916. (tfn) Radio# TV Service 044 RENT A TV ran N ew 19 Inch rta le ith Built-in A ntena. Rented by th ay W eek onth. Come bv an ake S le tio fro O a Stock. monthly entals $10 to $15. BARRON RENTS 517 W est ancier Ave. illeen ..........................................634-4742 (tfn) Furn. Upholstery 046 7 IE E LIVING room suit $169.95 iscount urniture 315 N worth 8th 634-0323. Air Con. Heating 050 GEORGES AIR CONDITIONING -H E A IN REPAIR 526-0721 305 E. Sprott Killeen Misc. Services 063 COINS STAMPS METAL DETECTORS 526-5141 City Property 090 RENTALS Apartm ents Furn. 072 COUNTRY LIVING in th ity a t's living a WESTGATE APARTMENTS BRAND NEW NOW LEASING 1-2-3 edroom s furnish...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

rid ay Ja a ry 11 1974 A 4 AMp SAVt OPEN & UP 7&PAY 1 /fAT 6 A McDonald’s Quarter-Rounder with cheese. A sandwich where the meat really takes over. Get up and get away to McDonald’s for a Quarter-Pounder with cheese. a ld Sun. thru Thurs. .7:00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M. Fri. and Sat. 7:00 A.M. to 3:00 A.M. S Rancier & 4th KILLEEN FORT HOOD SENTINEL By J. COONS “Alright your guys unplug that water fountain.” “But Sarge who likes to drink warm water.” “Don’t give me any static trooper. You know the order is out to unplug the water fountains. We must do our bit to conserve energy. If your taste is for cold water then bring some ice cubes to work and put them in your water.” “Say isn’t it your turn to fill the coffee pot dude?” “Dig it Sarge but I thought with the order out to unplug the water fountains that we shouldn’t be plugging in our 100-cup perculator. You know Sarge the conservation bit?” “Gee I never thought of that. Okay don’t make any coffee today.” “Say Sarge the Captain...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Fort Hood Sentinel — 11 January 1974

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